A number of roads are shutting for roadworks over the next fortnight across Norfolk.

Mill Street in Necton is closed until August 11 for repair work to the carriageway.

Part of the road will be replaced, with a diversion in place via Chantry Lane and Hale Road.

The C238 in Lexham is closing from August 8 to August 10 for repair works to the carriageway.

Pedestrian access will not be maintained for the work between Lyng Road and Lexham Road.

Suffield Close and Aspen Way in Cringleford are closing on August 11 for surface dressing.

Drivers are being asked to not park on the road for the period of the work.

And Chantry Lane in Necton is closing on August 14 to resolve a depression in the carriageway.

Due to its narrowness, the whole road needs to close with a diversion in place.

The works, which will cost a combined £48,953, will be carried out by Norfolk County Council’s community and environmental services department and their contractors.